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Atlanta Bungalow Renovation
the same era in nearby neighborhoods. A new kitchen, master bath and office nook incorporate period materials and details, while heart pine beams, original to the home, were salvaged and re-used as kitchen countertops. Once dark and dated, the restored home has an air of authenticity, incorporating the
Lake Chatuge Custom Homes
ssion era. Construction took only about a year, but it was not without its difficulties. While the promise of electricity offered much to the residents, many of them had to give up treasured family farmland, which would soon be under water when the land was flooded. In fact, roughly 7200 acres between
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Driveway Gate Entrance
William Roy Designer Kitchens
for the era. The clients love the location and wanted to stay so they decided to improve the kitchen they would need to do an addition. The addition allow them to move the small dining room into the larger addition and extend the kitchen down into the old dining room giving them a spacious island kitchen
Kristi Spouse Interiors
Seattle Box Style
Victorian era homes. With simple lines, the home has great street appeal with black shingles and white trim. We designed the home to be classic in design, yet modern in its delivery inside.
Matthew MacCaul Turner
The listening Room
an Edo era screen, Greek sculpture from 100 B.C, oil painting by Masatoyo Kishi, rug from Tony Kitz Gallery, and antique Roman mosaic cocktail table. The vintage leather & wood chair to the left is a mystery, noone seems to know its maker.
Richartz Studios, Inc.
of this era. This two-phase renovation and addition focused on expanding the kitchen and the master suite and renovate the living, dining, entry, office and family room. In addition provided a new landscape as well as a new parking court. Featured in the Seattle Homes and Lifestyles Magazine, March 2007
Schrader & Companies
Medina Luxury Home
Victoria era ended more then 100 years ago, but it's design influences-deep, rich colors, wallpaper with bold patterns and velvety textures, and high-quality, detailed millwork-can still be found in the modern-day homes, such as this 7,500-square-foot beauty in Medina. The home's entrance is fit for
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